Supporting learning progress once students are back at school – useful teaching strategies and tools
Strategies and tools that support teachers’ thinking as they notice and respond to disruption in the learning progress of students in years 1-13 are now available in one easy-to-access place.
In a year affected significantly by COVID-19, students will have experienced different learning opportunities at home to those in the classroom.
Some students may have made progress in areas different to those more focused on in school and teachers will look to celebrate and build on this. Other areas of learning may have seen some interruption and teachers will want to ensure any impact is not lasting.
A range of information is already available for supporting students studying NCEA and we are now beginning to add to this with this collection of strategies and tools. It is intended to support teachers to consider how they respond if they notice students needing more support to move their learning along once they are settled back in the classroom.
Let us know how you find the material and any thoughts on what else would be helpful to schools and kura by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you.
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